Alias’ Fifth Annual Arts & Flowers comes to W.O. Smith Music School

grandNashville’s Alias Chamber Ensemble is like a world-premiere-generating machine. Since its founding a dozen years ago, this adventurous group has premiered nearly 20 new works. Three of them were presented during the ensemble’s excellent spring concert last May.

The event that helps make all of Alias’ adventurousness and creativity possible is Arts & Flowers. The fifth annual fundraiser takes place from 6 to 9 p.m. this Saturday, July 19 at W.O. Smith Music School, 1125 8th Ave. South.

Members of Alias Chamber Ensemble will preview music from composer and violist Christopher Farrell’s Second String Quartet. The complete work will receive its official world premiere next season.

As always, some terrific art work will be on display. You can preview the art here. Tickets for Arts & Flowers are available here. For more details, click here.

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About John Pitcher

John Pitcher is the chief classical music, jazz and dance critic as well as co-founder of ArtsNash. He has been a classical music critic for the Washington Post, the Rochester (NY) Democrat and Chronicle, National Public Radio’s Performance Today (NPR), and the Nashville Scene. His writings about music and the arts have also appeared in Symphony Magazine, American Record Guide and Stagebill Magazine, among other publications. Pitcher earned his master’s degree in journalism from Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism, where he studied arts writing with Judith Crist and Phyllis Garland. His work has received the New York State Associated Press award for outstanding classical music criticism.